Few days have passed after celebrating the arrival of 2018, and yet, the technology world has been already shaken hard by a once in a lifetime type of event. A hardware-based security vulnerability was disclosed yesterday afternoon that highlights that a bug or flaw is present in multiple processor chips produced in the last decade.
In part I of this post, we talked the concept of being irrelevant and how this is more an opportunity for you to transform yourself. In this second and final post, we will delve into how you can embrace irrelevancy and how pairing it with timing you will find the formula of a successful transformation.
When you opened your eyes today, a part of you became irrelevant. As harsh as it sounds, it is true. It is true to you, me and every human on the planet. This is not a new thing that started happening a few years ago, but it is something that now happens more often. The
Cloud has been proven to be an effective agent for disrupting your business and accelerating your digital transformation. However, we keep seeing transformation failures despite the use of latest and greatest technology. Why is that? Driving your Digital Transformation with technologies, such as cloud, at the spotlight is a path of failure or minimum value
I’m currently reading the book How Google Works by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg. Despite the fact that I have not read the entire book yet, I’m fascinated by the concept of “Smart Creatives” introduced by Eric and jonathan in the book and described as one of the foundational elements that makes Google who they are. The book
If you are in the consulting business and you are interested in getting the attention of current and prospect clients, Snapchat is your tool. In this article I will discuss some of the great features offered by Snapchat and how they can be used by consultants. But before even getting into that, let me answer
Each one of us needs power to feel better, perform better and be better. We all have a very complex relationship with power. Before we get into that debate, lets just hold our definition of power for a second and just discuss the two types of power described by Amy Cuddy in her book Presence: Bringing
Intro: My Love for Reading Reading has been part of my life since I was a little kid. I can still remember one of my first books, a children’s version of Star Wars: A New Hope. I honestly don’t know who gave it to me, but it was a trip of a life time. I